John March letter

Scope and Content

Address: British Copper Office, 68 Upper Thames Street, London. To 'My Lord' [an unidentified recipient]. Regrets that he could not personally deliver the enclosed letter [wanting] from Lord Stafford [afterwards 2nd Duke of Sutherland] to 'your lordship'; states that 'due attention shall be paid to the fulfilment of its contents ...'.
Written in another hand and signed by March.


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This letter was among the material originally acquired with MS699